How many exercises should I do in one session to target the same muscle? ?!

Question: How many exercises should I do in one session to target the same muscle!? !?
I am aware that there are plenty of different exercises for the same body parts but for a guy who is just trying to do what he can what should be the maximum!?Www@Answer-Health@Com

if you are like most people you would like to make your workouts a part of your life and not the purpose of your entire existence, so working out smarter instead of harder is the best plan for you!. The way this is going to be accomplished is by doing 4 intense sets for each exercise with varying weights and reps (12, 8, 6, 10) instead of doing 3 to 5 sets of 12 to 16 reps like a lot of plans would have you do!. The key here is using enough weight to make those reps count!.

Your first set is going to get the muscle warmed up and should be using a weight that is about 60% of your 1 rep maximum (that is the most weight you can lift for just 1 rep)!. Next, you will do 8 reps with a weight that is 80% of your 1rm, this should be very challenging!. At this point you will do 6 reps with a weight that is around 90% of your one rep maximum!. This set should be very difficult to complete and should require tapping into your inner strength to finish the last rep!. You will wait just 60 seconds between sets and the last set will be done with the weight that is 60% of your maximum again, this time for just 10 reps, but these will be the toughest reps yet!

You will do just two different exercises for each muscle using the smarter not harder technique described here and believe me, your muscles will feel the difference right away!. Your workout will take about 35 minutes each day and you will thoroughly exhaust each muscle throughout the week!. You will be amazed at the results you get in such a short amount of time and you will laugh (inside, of course) at those guys who spend 2 hours or more at the gym each day and never change the way they look!.


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